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Proverbs - Chapter 24
  • 1. Don't be envious of evil people, and don't try to make friends with them.
  • 2. Causing trouble is all they ever think about; every time they open their mouth someone is going to be hurt.
  • 3. Homes are built on the foundation of wisdom and understanding.
  • 4. Where there is knowledge, the rooms are furnished with valuable, beautiful things.
  • 5. Being wise is better than being strong; yes, knowledge is more important than strength.
  • 6. After all, you must make careful plans before you fight a battle, and the more good advice you get, the more likely you are to win.
  • 7. Wise sayings are too deep for stupid people to understand. They have nothing to say when important matters are being discussed.
  • 8. If you are always planning evil, you will earn a reputation as a troublemaker.
  • 9. Any scheme a fool thinks up is sinful. People hate a person who has nothing but scorn for others.
  • 10. If you are weak in a crisis, you are weak indeed.
  • 11. Don't hesitate to rescue someone who is about to be executed unjustly.
  • 12. You may say that it is none of your business, but God knows and judges your motives. He keeps watch on you; he knows. And he will reward you according to what you do.
  • 13. My child, eat honey; it is good. And just as honey from the comb is sweet on your tongue,
  • 14. you may be sure that wisdom is good for the soul. Get wisdom and you have a bright future.
  • 15. Don't be like the wicked who scheme to rob honest people or to take away their homes.
  • 16. No matter how often honest people fall, they always get up again; but disaster destroys the wicked.
  • 17. Don't be glad when your enemies meet disaster, and don't rejoice when they stumble.
  • 18. The LORD will know if you are gloating, and he will not like it; and then maybe he won't punish them.
  • 19. Don't let evil people worry you; don't be envious of them.
  • 20. A wicked person has no future---nothing to look forward to.
  • 21. Have reverence for the LORD, my child, and honor the king. Have nothing to do with people who rebel against them;
  • 22. such people could be ruined in a moment. Do you realize the disaster that God or the king can cause?
  • 23. The wise have also said these things: It is wrong for judges to be prejudiced.
  • 24. If they pronounce a guilty person innocent, they will be cursed and hated by everyone.
  • 25. Judges who punish the guilty, however, will be prosperous and enjoy a good reputation.
  • 26. An honest answer is a sign of true friendship.
  • 27. Don't build your house and establish a home until your fields are ready, and you are sure that you can earn a living.
  • 28. Don't give evidence against others without good reason, or say misleading things about them.
  • 29. Don't say, "I'll do to them just what they did to me! I'll get even with them!"
  • 30. I walked through the fields and vineyards of a lazy, stupid person.
  • 31. They were full of thorn bushes and overgrown with weeds. The stone wall around them had fallen down.
  • 32. I looked at this, thought about it, and learned a lesson from it:
  • 33. Go ahead and take your nap; go ahead and sleep. Fold your hands and rest awhile,
  • 34. but while you are asleep, poverty will attack you like an armed robber.

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